Webinar: Ditch the Drama Communication Strategies presented by Pamela J. Green
Whether managing others, working in a cross-functional project team, or providing internal/external client support, excellent communication skills are crucial for all employees at any level within any organization and it doesn't have to be filled with drama. In order to make communicating effortless and drama free, you'll have to put considerable thought and effort into your style and that of others to make the impact required for your effectiveness.
This requires the ability for leaders to lead themselves, others and the organization - in that order. Pamela will help you successfully resolve conflict while quickly moving towards a more productive work environment.
Walk away with:
1. Increased awareness of your own conflict communication style and that of others.
2. Have greater confidence in your ability to communicate effectively and with impact.
3. Explore the cultural implications of communication that unnecessarily lead to conflict and how to overcome them.
4. Walk away with key strategies for getting ahead of conflict in almost any communication challenge at work or in the community.
There will be lots of "ah-ha" moments and practical tips you can begin using immediately.
Pamela J. Green?
Pamela J. Green is a collaboration, conflict and coaching expert with more than 30 years of experience in leadership. Having served as a Manager, Director, Chief Executive and now as President of Pamela J Green Solutions, LLC, she is a highly sought-after consultant, coach, trainer and keynote speaker.
Pamela is a champion for Business Leaders and Executives. A business leader herself for over 30 years, with 17 of those years spent leading Human Resources departments. She pulls on these experiences in everything she sets her heart and mind to do - especially when conducting presentations and delivering keynote speeches. She says “reflecting upon and bringing those experiences into my presentations is my therapy. It helps others know they are not alone and allows me to set a course to help them see their way through some of the craziest experiences of their lives!”
She earned a Bachelor’s of Science Degree and her MBA from Franklin University in Columbus, Ohio. In addition to her education, Pam holds certifications from the Human Resource Certification Institute (an SPHR certification), from the International Coach Federation (ICF) she holds a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) credential, and also an Internal Conflict Coach (ICC) certification from HRCCI.
After a series of highly visible and accountable roles and responsibilities with organizations such as Head Start, The American Red Cross, and the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), Pam’s desire to enhance the leadership expertise of professionals in the business community and expand her coaching practice grew stronger. With these goals in mind, she became a Business Strategist and Management Consultant in 2012, where she focuses on helping business leaders avoid strategic drift and achieve business outcomes through keynote, training, consulting and coaching approaches.
A highly sought after keynote speaker, Pam has been an invited speaker to many national conferences, meetings and events including Congressional Black Caucus, American Society for Healthcare Human Resource Professionals, The Ohio State University Fisher School of Business, Pennsylvania Diversity Conference, Caribbean Electric Utility Services Corporation (CARILEC), the International Quality and Productivity Conference, SHRM Annual Conference, National Association of Broadcasters Foundation, and many major corporations and other conferences and events.
In addition, Pam enjoys traveling throughout the country speaking on topics that range from HR strategy, collaboration, and conflict management, to executive presence, team and leadership effectiveness. She has been quoted in many publications and blogs including HR Magazine, SHRM Online, Association’s Now, Biz Summits, The Columbus Post, The Network Journal, and CSPNet.com, to name a few.